[4] This does not mean that BOCES or an education committee can dismiss a teacher in violation of the law or in violation of the terms of a collective agreement. These dismissals are subject to the provisions of the Taylor Act (Public Service Act, Article 14), the provisions of the Human Rights Act (Executive Act, Article 15) and the provisions of arbitration agreements. (See Matter of Lezette/Board of Educ., 35 N.Y.2d 272, 278, and quotes. No teacher should be forced to give up labour law as a condition of employment. Any “convention” signed by a candidate for public employment, including a teacher, who purports to waive the legislative rights granted to all public officials should not be applicable to public order. Finally, some qualified remarks are necessary. It should be noted that our decision today was in no way influenced by the fact that the petitioner`s teaching depended on federal funds. It is only recently that we have found that the source of funding for teacher status in deciding whether a teacher should be protected under the various service statutes is irrelevant. (Matter of Board of Educ.

v Nyquist, 45 N.Y.2d 975, revg on dissenting opn below 59 AD2d 76, supra.) In addition, we would like to point out that our exploitation is largely limited to a situation like this. It is only when it is clearly established that a teacher has voluntarily, knowingly and openly waived the right to be appointed in seniority for a three-year trial period and there is no evidence of coercion or coercion that the public policy considerations contained in the terms of the mandate should yield to the terms of the employment contract between the parties. In addition, section 3014 of the Education Act contains no provision that prevents a future teacher from knowingly and voluntarily renouncing the three-year probation period it contains. (See Matter of Abramovich/Board of Educ., 46 NY2d, 455, supra.) There is simply no indication that the legislature has ever intended to ban this section, to ban bocess altogether, to hire a teacher for a limited period of time in a non-responsible position, if the teacher voluntarily consents to such employment. If the parties agree on the terms of employment and, moreover, if such conditions are enshrined in a collective agreement, there is little risk, if any, that the political foundations of Section 3014 will be compromised. We begin our analysis by recognizing that the Education Act provides that “teachers and all other faculty and supervisors on the Co-operative Education Board are appointed by a majority and majority of the Co-operative Education Board of Directors for a trial period of no more than three years.”